King's Cliffe - Westhay Wood - Willow Brook

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King's Cliffe is an attractive village with many little alleyways and interesting buildings. The walk is fairly flat and goes in and out of woodland for the first half. The return along the banks of Willow Brook is mainly through pasture.

England - Central England - Northamptonshire - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Industrial Archaeology, Mostly Flat, Pub, River, Wildlife, Woodland
10/26/2011 - Helen Wakefield

Myself and my friend Margaret walked this lovely walk on 26th October 2011. It was a super walk, really easy and the views were wonderful and with many sightings of Red Kites soaring overhead for much of the time. Nearing the end of the walk we stopped on the wooden foot bridge crossing Willow Brook and watched the Trout of which there were many. Helen Wakefield

4/16/2011 - Martin Browne

Walked this 16/04/2011: very pleasant, easy countryside with lots of variation. Paths were good and easy to follow. My favourite part was the home stretch alongside the brook. Very enjoyable.

9/15/2009 - Adrian Perkins

This is a beautiful walk with many good things in it. Walked and updates entered September 2009. Adrian (Admin)